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ablative1 denoting a grammatical case in some inflected languages that indicates direction or place, time, manner, or agency. [1/3 definitions]
absence a length of time of being away. [1/3 definitions]
access time the amount of time needed for a computer to retrieve or store data.
accompany to be connected or associated with in space or time. [1/3 definitions]
Achaean of or pertaining to the culture of the inhabitants of this region during the time of the ancient Greeks. [1/3 definitions]
active duty the status of full-time service or work, esp. in the military.
adaptation in biology, a change in an organism, over time, that better enables it to survive and multiply. [1/3 definitions]
adjunct having temporary or part-time status on a staff or faculty. [1/4 definitions]
adumbrate to give a vague sign or indication of ahead of time; foreshadow. [1/2 definitions]
after behind in time, order, or place; later than. [4/12 definitions]
aftereffect an effect that follows its cause after some period of time, such as a delayed effect caused by a medicine or exposure to chemicals.
after-school occurring after school hours, esp. from the time school is over until the end of the work day.
afterward at a subsequent time; subsequently.
again another time. [1/5 definitions]
age the length of time that a person or thing has existed. [4/11 definitions]
airtime broadcast time allotted, as to an event or news story, on television or radio.
alarm clock a clock with a bell or buzzer that can be set to sound at a chosen time.
Alaska Standard Time the standard time used in most of Alaska, nine hours behind Greenwich time.
Algonkian the Algonkian Period, or the rock formations that date from that time. [1/4 definitions]
all- throughout (a specified time). [1/4 definitions]
all along from the beginning; the whole time.